By Christopher Arko, GNA Accra, Nov. 16, GNA - Dwelling on the unique opportunities between Ghana and Barbados, Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley of Barbados, has called for closer ties between the two nations for mutual benefits.
By Godwill Arthur-Mensah, GNA Accra, Nov. 16, GNA - Scancom Limited (MTN Ghana) has been adjudged the Number One Company of the Year for the second consecutive year at the 18th Edition of the Ghana Club 100 Awards held in Accra.
The embattled chief of Bole, Bolewura Sarfo Kutuge Feso has insisted that he will celebrate the 2019 Damba festival despite a ban by the Gonja Traditional Council. According to him, the letter containing the Yagbonwura’s purported signature banning the celebration of Damba in Bole area was fake. The Yagbonwura has been indisposed for sometime now, …
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By Godwill Arthur-Mensah, GNA Accra, Nov. 16, GNA - Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley of Barbados has pledged the Caribbean nation’s readiness to trade with Ghana and explore business/investment opportunities here for mutual benefits.
Boss of Media Excel, Kwesi Ernest has warned churches and pastors who want to engage gospel musicians to be ready to pay or else use their church choir for all their church events. There have been lots of allegations against pastors, churches who invite gospel musicians for church events of not paying well and sometimes …
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Accra, Nov. 15, GNA - The Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS), Ministries’ Division, has sensitised residents of the Arts Centre, Accra on fire safety precautions.The exercise formed part of the GNFS “Special Fire Safety For All” programme launched by the Service to educate the general public.
By Stanley Awalime, GNASogakope (VR), Nov. 15, GNA - Madam Helen Dzide, South Tongu District Director, National Youth Authority, has asked Youth Advisory Board Leaders of the South Tongu District not to allow themselves to be exploited for cheap labour.
The Online Drivers Union is set to embark on a demonstration to protest the introduction of a 60 cedis annual fee by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA). This comes on the back of an announcement by the DVLA that all drivers who use ride-hailing platforms will begin to pay an annual fee of …
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By Caleb Kuleke/ Sylvia Sika Afealetey, GNA Ho, Nov. 15, GNA – Mr Fred Sakyi Boafo, Deputy Director in-charge of Child and Family Welfare, Department of Social Welfare, has called on the citizenry to help protect children in order to s
By Mildred Siabi-Mensah/ Bright Ofori Asiamah, GNATakoradi, Nov. 15, GNA - Religious leaders at a two-day training on "Interfaith anti-corruprion manual" have said many people were 'longing' to be thieves because of the firm belief that they will get away with it.
By Philip Tengzu, GNA Wa, (UW/R), Nov. 15, GNA - For a rapidly expanding municipality like Wa, it is necessary to upgrade its social and economic infrastructure to meet its development needs, former President John D
By Gideon Assinu, GNAAda, (GAR) Nov. 15, GNA - Chief Superintendent George Andrew Kumah, Ada Divisional Commander of the Ghana Police Service has appealed to Ghanaians to assist police in their effort to combat crime and provide security.
The Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference has asked Ghanaians to exercise political responsibility as citizens by participating massively in the December 17 referendum. A communiqué released after their Annual Plenary Assembly held in Elmina in the Central Region, and signed by the President of the Conference, Most Rev Philip Naameh said Ghanaians must place the country […]
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The fan who invaded the pitch during Ghana’s 2-0 win over South Africa in an AFCON 2021 qualifier has been granted bail. Awal Suleman, 25, has been in police custody since Thursday evening, when he was arrested. Police in the Central Region say the 25 year old nurse will face prosecution for his actions. 25-year-old […]
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